|Rossway, Digby County, Nova Scotia
The Rossway War Memorial was unveiled on August 15, 1920,
in memory of those who died in World War I and World War II.
The names of the men who were killed in the World Wars are inscribed on the Monument.
World War I
Pte. Victor E. Robbins, 104th Battalion
killed in action in France, July 8, 1917. Aged 18 years.
Pte. Herbert C. Cornwell, 112th Battalion
Killed in action, May 15, 1917. Aged 28 years.
Pte. Nelson F. Crowell, 112th Battalion
Killed in action in France, August 26, 1918. Ages 20 years.
Pte. Ralph E. Cornwell, 112th Battalion
Killed in action in France, September 13, 1918. Aged 21 years.
Pte. Albert G. Robicheau, 112th Battalion
Killed in action in France, August 17, 1918. Aged 24 years.
Pte. Eugene E. Comeau, 112th Battalion
Died of wounds in France. Aged 19 years.
World War II
Flt. Sgt. Max F. Robbins
Killed in France, August 28, 1942.
Pte. Joseph W. Lewis
Killed in action in Germany, March 3, 1945. Aged 21 years.
For King and Country